Clarkson Crew Wins Gold in American Collegiate Rowing Association National Championships Men’s Double Competition

June 10, 2024

Clarkson University rowers Oliver Dolcino and Ryan Muldoon took home the gold medal in men’s double at the American Collegiate Rowing Association (ACRA) National Championships, held May 17 to 19 in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.

two crew athletes pose for a photo with their coach on a dock with their boat in the water next to them

Dolcino and Muldoon won the event with a time of 7:03.758.

The Clarkson Crew team also placed fourth in men’s pair, with Anthony Forsth and Benjamin Tobin clocking a time of 7:43.5, and seventh in women’s single for Sarah Fish who had a time of 9:25.029.

Clarkson Crew also medaled in three events at the New York State Collegiate Rowing Championships held April 20 in Saratoga Springs.

Anthony Forsth and Benjamin Tobin won gold in men’s pair with a time of 8:42.045, Ryan Muldoon and Lovro Banovic earned a silver medal in the men’s double with a time of 8:14.924,and Ryan Muldoon took home bronze in the men’s single with a time of 8:55.092.

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